Harriet Accommodation, Hotels, Tours & Information
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Harriet: Where To Go / Sightseeing
Rustic Blue represents a journey with nature. From the rustic red deserts of central Australia to the azure blue ocean of Kangaroo Island.
Rustic Blue houses photography, fine art and objects that are created from the essence of the earth and inspired by the pristine environments of Australia.
Our gallery houses works in art, photography and jewellery by the resident owners. The owners have also travelled Australia capturing amazing scenes with photography and collecting amazing pieces of Australian fine art and objects by unique artists, to display and sell in the gallery.
Rustic Blue has a lovely protected deck off of the gallery that looks over the rolling countryside and the kangaroos that shelter in the trees. Enjoy wildlife experiences, mind, body and soul treatments at the Day Spa and picnickers are welcome. Enjoy meals from the cafe or just a great coffee, speciality tea or cake.
Located eight kilometres west of Vivonne Bay on the main South Coast Road to Flinders Chase National Park.
Please note Rustic Blue is closed June, July, August and September.
South Coast Road
Vivonne Bay, SA, 5223
Located 6.3K from Harriet
Flavours such as lemon myrtle, aniseed myrtle, (grown on our property), local Kangaroo Island honey and mountain pepper feature in our meals, and in our sauces which are also made on site.
Of course, such a meal isn't really complete without a fine wine, and the cafe boasts its own label, Two Wheeler Creek. Diners can choose from a sparkling white, sparkling Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz - all made from grapes grown on the farm's vineyard.
It's without doubt a complete food and wine experience that captures everything special about Kangaroo Island. And those visitors who still want more can buy marron at the farm and taste the wines at the Two Wheeler Creek cellar door, where sales are available.
Kitchen closes at 4pm daily except for Winter when kitchen closes at 3pm. Winter opening time 12pm to 3.30pm.
804 Harriet Road,
Parndana, SA, 5220
Located 10.8K from Harriet
Raptor Domain is an environmental education Rehabilitation Centre. We do not display animals, we present them in educational, interactive and fun presentations. Join us daily for one, two, or all three presentations.
Venom Pit: 45 minutes 10.30am
You will be able to get up close and personal in a safe environment with some of Australia's most venomous critters. Meet our local deadly snake species and come face to face with the world's second most deadly spider. This is a fascinating presentation about venom and the animals that use it.
Birds of Prey "In Flight" one hour 11.30am and 2.30pm
Raptor Domain delivers the only "In-Flight" Birds of Prey Display in South Australia. Meet an array of birds including Jedda the majestic Wedge-tailed Eagle. Enjoy a delightful interactive experience with Casper the friendly Barn Owl, Banjo and Clancy the laughing Kookaburras and many more. This display is thought of by many to be the most interactive and educational Birds of Prey display they have seen.
"Fang-Tastic" 45 minutes 1pm
Enjoy an interactive hands on and educational experience with our friendly lizards and snakes. Learn some interesting facts about our reptiles here in Australia.
58 Seal Bay Road
Seal Bay, SA, 5223
Located 13.8K from Harriet
Learn about the amazing lives of these endangered animals as our experienced guides take you on a tour into the colony. There will be plenty of time for photos as the sea lions shelter in the dunes, rest on the sand or surf in the ocean.
Set your own pace on our 800 metre wheelchair accessible boardwalk which meanders through the dunes to a number of viewing platforms.
Seal Bay is a 45-minute drive from Kingscote. Beach access to the sea-lion colony is by guided tour only but sea-lions can also be seen from the self-guided boardwalk. Special twilight tours are also available in summer school holidays. Entry tickets can be purchased from Seal Bay Visitor Information Centre, where you can learn more about these fascinating creatures and also browse for souvenirs.
Nearby is Bales Bay picnic area where picnic shelters, gas barbecues and toilets are provided.
Seal Bay Road
Seal Bay, SA, 5223
Located 13.9K from Harriet
Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park
The Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park is set over 50 acres and is home to over 1000 animals.
Visitors can spend time with some of Australia's unique wildlife in a fun, educational environment. Hand-feed Kangaroos and Wallabies, get up close and cuddle Koalas, see Penguins play, Wombats feed, Cassowaries run, Reptiles, Birds, Echidnas and much more.
Join in at our daily talks and displays where you can see and hear about some of our animals up close and have the chance to pat and interact with them.
Have lunch in our cafe, grab a coffee or ice-cream, relax and listen to the birds chatter. It is a fun day out for visitors of all ages!
4068 Playford Highway
Seddon, SA, 5223
Located 21.2K from Harriet
Parndana Golf Club
The course, which was established in 1981, is typical of many country courses where the members carry out the maintenance. Competition golf is played in the wintertime from March to October and visitors are always welcome. Competition days are on Sunday for men, hit off 12pm and ladies play on Tuesday, hit off 9.30am there is ample room on the course for people who simply wish to have a hit on those days.
The course is 5,199 metres, par 70 and has an Australian course rating of 65.
Green fees on application.
Parndana, SA, 5220
Located 22.2K from Harriet
Parndana Soldier Settlement Museum
The hall was built by the Returned Services League and dedicated as a memorial to Soldier Settlement, the building now contains memorabilia, photographs and stories relating to the development of Parndana and surrounding districts. The museum tells of how the land was cleared and improved for farming. The stories tell of their experiences, hardships, fellowship and humour that saw them successfully reshape their lives and build a community to be proud of.
Parndana, SA, 5220
Located 22.6K from Harriet
Murray Lagoon - Cape Gantheaume Conservation Park
Murray Lagoon to the north of the reserve is the island's largest freshwater lagoon, a wetland habitat supporting abundant birdlife. The park also includes D'Estrees Bay, a historic site of the early whaling industry with sandy beaches and low key camping areas (camping fees apply).
At D'Estrees Bay and Murray Lagoon there are a number of walking trails in the Murray Lagoon area and wilderness walking opportunities along the coast commencing from the end of the road to D'Estrees Road.
Self-registration and payment for camping is available at the park.
Seal Bay, SA, 5223
Located 22.7K from Harriet
Kelly Hill Caves
Karatta, SA, 5223
Located 22.9K from Harriet
Kangaroo Island Sufferfest Triathlon Festival
Kangaroo Island lies off the mainland of South Australia, Southwest of Adelaide. Over a third of the island is protected in nature reserves, home to native wildlife like sea lions, koalas and diverse bird species. In the west, Flinders Chase National Park is known for penguin colonies and striking coastal rock formations, like the sculpted remarkable rocks and the stalactite-covered Admirals Arch.
Kingscote, SA, 5223
Located 16.3K from Harriet